GPS tracker with Microphone for Children [including teenagers], by Mark Dice

GPS tracker with Microphone for Children [including teenagers], by Mark Dice

Tom Usher wrote or added | What will the parents or state do if the child doesn't go along with this, beat the child into submission, perform brain surgery, hypnotize the child, implant it when the child doesn't know, ...?

You know that children are going to put up a fight and come up with utterly ingenious ways of defeating these truly Orwellian measures.

How much to these devices cost? Kids will swap them and laugh. They'll leave them places. They'll throw them on trucks. They'll nuke them, hammer them, lose them, etc. They'll get bug detectors. All sorts of things will happen. What won't happen through these devices is society getting to the point where humans stop doing evil to each other. Over doing these things will simply compound the confusion and further dumb-down individuals.

It's understandable that parents might want reasonably to monitor babies and toddlers. Some monitoring has proven lifesaving. However, teenagers have to have more and more autonomy as they age not only for sanity's sake but to prepare them for adulthood. Unfortunately, the "state" under the guise of democracy, has taken it upon itself to overstep, to strip adults of their very adultness.

There is a place at which giving up individuality for the sake of so-called safety and security becomes a gross negative. It is vastly superior (if the comparison can even be made) that people come to righteousness without any coercive attempts upon them by others than it is for others to attempt to legislate coercive measures against those who by their confusion, often a direct result of the overbearing state, overstep the bounds of righteousness.

It is better to be "dead" of the flesh than really dead, which is absent the spirit of righteousness that is both truth and wisdom and all the rest of the good.

Also, see my comment update.


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    • Someone who didn't tell me her last name raised the issue of mentally ill children. As with babies and little ones, older ones with emotional issues where the children could hurt themselves or others might well be an exception depending upon temporary individual circumstances.

      The issue raised by the video is not concerning more unique circumstances but with an overall surveillance society based upon paranoia and low expectations and other factors leading to individuals and groups doing to others what they ought not to do.

      Insurance companies offer discounts in some cases where the cars of teens are monitored. Teens who have been in trouble, serious trouble, do end up being monitored more for everyone's benefit. We understand these things.

      That said, do we want 24/7 eyes and ears on everything each of us does? Who will be watching the watchers? We've already seen the system abused with airport scanners where the negative images have been reversed and shared around with laughs to boot.

      We have a society where decadence has been on the rise for fifty years. Is there any wonder why people have emotional problems? The banksters are stealing everything, even what's nailed down. We have Presidents who steal elections and start wars based upon lies. Maybe we should start with the fundamentals rather than become cyborgs. Let's address the root causes of the problems, which root is selfishness, before we embark on to technodystopia.

      We've seen the incidences where at every huge "terrorist" attack, the cameras just happen to all not be working for what seems to be ridiculous reasons (unbelievable, especially in such numbers and with such predictability: terrorists on the loose).

      Kids are being pumped full of psychotropic drugs that are causing many to turn to suicide. Vaccines are claimed to be urgently needed only to see the disease disappear by an Act of God, not human effort. In some cases, vaccines have also been responsible for deaths and diseases at higher rates than the diseases the vaccines are meant to prevent.

      The point of the video is to encourage parents and adults to err on the side of caution when it comes to turning over all living to technology and profit-incentivized (greedy, immoral) drug companies.

      Drugs and microchips, etc., are not the only options to handle situations and should be last resorts anyway.